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11 victims. altimore's path of honor... on fox 45 news at five.3 3
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viewing arrangements have been set for art modell... the former owner of the baltimore can pay your respects to the man who brrught football back to baltimore... this saturday. saturday.megan gilliland is
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and when. good morning guys,the modell ravens are iiviting... everyone... to the silent tribute... to say goodbye to a baltimore legend. modell's caaket along with the lombardi trophy m & t bank stadium tomorrow from 11 to 1 p-mmparking is free in lots b and c.again, all fanssare invited and are encouraged to wear purple. purple.former ravens owner art morning with his sons by his side... he wws 87 yeers old. but his legacy lives on.he negotiated the nfl-afl merger... helped establish nfl offmonday night football.he baltimore in 1996... and that mighttve cost him a place in the hall of fame... but here in baltimore... he will always be thh maa who brought "giant in football... i'm
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gratefull to have known him." him." and it wasn't just about football... after coming to donaaing millions of dollars to local charities. modell's wife patriiia... died last fall at the ageeof 80.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. a marylaad state ttooper was hit by a tractor trailer during a traffic stop...and it was all aught on his dash cam. ------nats of crash--------- ------take a look at this friihtening video. take a look at thhs take a look at this frightening video. trooper" david avila's""pulls a driver over for speeding...when suddenly a tractor trailer driving too close to the shouuder slammed into his police cruiser and then hits "avila's"."avila'ss did make
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it to the railing befooe collapsing. "i guess i hearr the rumble strip just before the vehicll came across or came towards me, took a quick glance over my shoulder and kind of saw it.. it." the driver who hit &p"avilaas" broke the "move ove law"...which sayssddivers must drop their speeddby 10 miles under the liiit or pull to the left lane whhn they see emergency vehicles on the shoulder. having to put on those one of the uncomfortable parts of going to the doctor or hospital. but one rhode island woman deciddd it was time for a fashion changg. "sharon linder" watched herr mother and sisters battle breast cancer wwth grace ... even if the hospital gown they wore, left them feeling vulnerable.soo"linder" decided
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to design somethinggmore podest aad ofter for women. so instead of a gown or "johnnie" as its sometiies called..."linder" created the "jane". "i just kind of thought, there's got to be aabetter sommthing that's more just pleasant, that's better looking that would make people comfortable...something that's " warmer."the jane is light weight, tiesslike a robe and keeps private parts...private. they'll be available in some health centees and online. 3- its' kickoff weekend for the n-f-l.... but tte ravens are willing to share the other team in town. town. joel d. smith is caravan, to show s wwy purple friday is adding another color. good morning joel d.
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the weekend is here!and we have a lot o e excited about! the o's plly tonight!
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like your very own egg white & cheese topped with that creamy super food, avocado. want jalapenos? red onions? done and done. on toasty flatbread? you so got it made. ♪ at subway on toasty flatbread? you so got it made. you know what's exciting? graduation. when i look up into my students faces, i see pride. you know, i have done something worthwhile. when i earned my doctorate through university of phoenix, that pride, that was on my face. i am jocelyn taylor. i'm committed to making a difference in people's lives, and i am a phoenix. visit to find the program that's right for you. enroll now. p funny moment... during an
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exhibitiin match at the u-s open.take a look at this. supprstar john mcenroe and comedian adam against tennis player jim coorier and actor tennns player jim teaming up gainst sandler werr teaming up against tennis player jim couuier and actor kevin james... when courier and actor tennis player jim teaming uppagainst tennis player jim courier and actor kevii james... when áthisá happened.james was going for a "between-the-legs" shot... when he misses... and runs ssraight into the wall. luckily... he walked away fine! 3
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3 coming up... we'll take a look at sooe of the people... people...that these employment reports ámissá. ámissá.that's next in our cover story. ((bump out)) ((break 2)) ((bump out)) ((break 2)) okay, what'ya havin? i'n burger with a... sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a double. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. what do we do when something really wants to be painted? we break out new behr ultra with stain-blocker from the home depot...
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hovering above 8-percent... economists say it take five or more years... for our country to bounce ack...and put peoole bbck to our cover story, this morning... melinda roeder examines the troubles facing folks searching for work..and why many had to "re-inventt theer rs resumes. ((shots of job skills training class))at business interface is east baltimore....students are learning new skills... to help them land a job.26:18 "how to do a cover letter, how tt work on computer... dress formally for an interview." ralph fosterris out of work... and without even a g-e-dd.. he had little chance or findiig work.... before he signed up for this program.17:44 "we reelly change people's lives." some of the participantssare lack of education... or gaps
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faced even bigger - 08:18 "i was struggling with alcoholism so i couldnnt keep a job."paul has been able to ffnd work... through the program. (shots of harbor east) he now works front desk security attbaltimore's harbor east. and he considers himself lucky.'13:30 "it's a great stress reducer. kkowing that i'm actually doing something productive."(show american flag)but for the miilions of americans - still unemployed... the search - is stressful....moyer: 47:38 "i would apply for these jobs and i wasn't getting any response... we don't place entrepreneurs." gary moyer has aaverr different story -- a degree in his own construction ceeowned businesses. but when the recessioo hit -- work dried up fast.42:51 "i mean, it didn't slow down, it stopped. this was in deeroit."(show homeless
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man, city hall, baltimore) he moved to baltimore for a job with a eveloper... but soon...the econooy sunk here too... and he lost that job. &&vid of websitt - ccreer he's been searching for nearly a year now. his unemployment just ran out.50:28 "well it turned out for these jobs i'd be applying ffr, in two days, they'd have 600 applications." (switch to economist)08:35:32 "is t a long-term problem that we're gonna have to deal with? yes, it is."economist doctor steven isberg ... says unemployment is a bigger problem that mmst of us pealize...because the numbers are deceiving.08:37:18 "to be &pcoonted as unemployed, you pave to have declared that you're looking or a job and not have a jobb"it's a point - not ost on politicians.... (show olitical rally???)who job reports... don't take into account - people who've given up on finding work...or run &pout of unemployment.08:37:52 "so i'd say the actual real unemployment rate is closer to &p15 percent that it is 9 perccnt... it's not worth ttying to find a job anymore." layoffs... and cuts - have left many workers - still employed - but doing
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more - with less.08:38:53 "that's a consequence of the changing labbrrmarket. employers realize they can get more mileage out of their employees... working harder than i was 10 years ago."(more poliiallrallies) a key ssue in the next election -- is the impact these cust have had particularly on the middle class.(moyer) 55:44 "what the whole thing with occupy wall strret brought into focus is the middle class has been getting the shaft for 20 years now."(show file of r-g steel in sparrows point)in communities - where plants have shut down... and business closed...job skills retraaning is crucial...(transition bbck to classroom - froo beginning of pkg)23:04 "you wanna see what your skills and abiltiiss are and if they match that job before you call... match that job.." which is why business innerface works directly with employers... who are hiring... so they can tailor their trainees.... to fill those roles.and sharpen their skills...naas of pencil &psharpener @ 08:00polishing everything from their resumes.... to appearance.... 19:14 "everyday we expect our gentlemennto wear a shirt and tie.""he kind of help many jobless... are seeking....but
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may not know where to turn. 15510 "don't be afraid to ask for help because it's always there if you look for it." melinda roeder -- fox 45 nees at ten. ccl ripken gets his statuee t yards...see if the orioles could reclaim first place hosting the yankees in front of a sellout crowd. ((break 3)) i'm one of six children that my mother raised by herself, and so college was a dream when i was a kid.
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i didn't know how i was gonna to do it, but i knew i was gonna get that opportunity one day, and that's what happened with university of phoenix. nothing can stop me now. i feel like the sky's the limit with what i can do and what i can accomplish. my name is napthali bryant and i am a phoenix. visit to find the program that's right for you. enroll now. but it makes millions off west marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. one pharmacist started it all: charles walgreen had a mission
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to help people be happy and healthy. from inventing the first chocolate malt... to creating a nonprofit pharmacy for our troops... to the first child safety caps. walgreens has been innovating for over a hundred years. and we're just getting started. with more and more ways to be well every day. here at the corner of happy and healthy. bruce cunningham has fox 45 morning sports. sports.
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